Just by looking at the front cover of the book, which is the placenta from the photographer’s second daughter’s birth, it’s obvious that it has a lot to show and say. The cover has a very thoughtful explanation with a feminist twist to it. “The birth of my daughter was a very important moment in my life, but visually, it also holds a big strength which easily catches the eye and starts a dialogue. Another reason is that in one of the conversations with the supporter of this project, Alfred Kornfeld, he mentioned that the content of the book was not feminist enough to him. I gave that a thought, and by having a placenta on the front cover, somehow attempted to balance this issue out”, says George. “Most men don’t know what’s pictured there and it often helps them learn a bit more about the female body”, he continues.